Muna Ndulo, professor of law at Cornell Law School and the director of the Institute for African Development, is the author of Security, Reconstruction and Reconciliation: When the Wars End.
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Democratic reform in Africa has been slow, difficult, and at times painful. Nevertheless, sufficient time has passed for those interested in political and economic development to assess what progress, if any, Africa has made in addressing the need for the consolidation of democratic reform and the resolution of considerable developmental challenges. Economic aid and other forms of financial assistance are progressively conditioned on good governance.